More than ever, reduced energy consumption and a smaller carbon footprint are at the forefront of all LEED building designs and projects. HVAC is the primary user of energy in commercial buildings, so by addressing system efficiency, buildings can save a significant amount of energy and money.
Since the Energy and Atmosphere section counts toward approximately 35% of a building's LEED points, it is essential that engineers collaborate with local HVAC experts to select the most beneficial equipment for their project. CIS is committed to the high performance, high-efficiency and sustainable building movement by offering on staff LEED certified engineering sales personnel, innovative products, controls, systems and services.
Carrier: Leaders in the LEED movement before LEED was cool.
Guided by the core company values of responsibility and environmental stewardship, Carrier is focused on developing sustainable building solutions to provide greater energy efficiency and environmental benefits to customers around the world.
Seimens branch, Plymouth, Michigan, earns LEED certification